The Future of Holland Gardens
Recent News and Updates
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Mayor Fulop & JCHA Reinvent Outdated Public Housing System with Innovative Approaches to Increase Affordability, Create Homeownership Opportunities, and Add Critical On-site Services for Historically Underserved Residents.
50% Affordable Housing Project Coming to Downtown Jersey City
192 Affordable Public Housing Units Preserved 1:1
Additional 74 Senior Affordable Housing Units
Brand New Public Library & On-site Services
1,000 Jobs Created with M/WBE Focus
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Resident Relocation & Site Redevelopment
The results of the Visioning Process were approved by JCHA’s Board of Commissioners on July 10, 2019. Prior to starting the redevelopment process, the JCHA must go through a series of steps that involve review and/or approval by the JCHA Board of Commissioners, HUD and the City of Jersey City (See “What Happens Next?” Infographic).
Relocation of Holland Gardens residents is not anticipated to begin until early 2024 at the soonest. The JCHA has committed to a one-to-one replacement of Public Housing (ACC) units upon completion of the project and continues to meet with Holland Gardens residents on a quarterly basis to provide revitalization updates and information about relocation (click here to view livestreamed videos of relocation sessions and documents from meetings).
To protect the right to relocation assistance and ability to return to the project upon completion of the revitalization, current Holland Gardens residents should not leave their unit until receiving a written “Notice of Relocation Eligibility” and meeting with their assigned Relocation Counselor at least one time.
All comments and questions can be submitted through this website by filling out the comment form or by:
Filling out the comment cards located at the Holland Gardens main office and the JCHA’s executive building.
Contacting the JCHA’s Department of Development, Modernization and Sustainability at email@example.com or (201)-706-4628.